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FUEL SCARCITY IN NIGERA

Lack of sufficient reserve, low clearance speed of petrol at the ports, diversion of products are some of the reasons for the ongoing fuel crisis being experienced in the country, says Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu.

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BUHARI FOR 2019 !!

Fakolade, who made this prophecy known in a statement issued to journalists during the weekend, also said Mr. Fashola would make his cabinet ready before assumption of office, step-up the fight against corruption, spare no sacred cows, and heal the nation of the many maladies plaguing it.

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SOLAR POWER IN NIGERIA

Throughout the developing world, millions of people rely on inefficient and hazardous kerosene lamps and candles to light their homes, which produce harmful indoor air pollutants. The majority of people still cook and heat water using harmful and inefficient open fires. Environmentally unfriendly batteries are used in radios and people often have to travel for miles to charge their mobile phone.

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UNEMPLOYMENT CRISIS IN NIGERIA

Out of a total active labour force of 85.08 million people in Nigeria, about 16 million people were unemployed in the third quarter of 2017, the National Bureau of Statistics, NBS, has said. This was contained in a report on Labour Force Statistics in the third quarter of 2017 published on the bureau’s website on Monday. The report said the category of unemployed persons comprised 8.5 million people ”who engaged in an economic activity for at least an hour” and 7.5 million people ”who did absolutely nothing.”

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